4-6:30pm: Sign up for Fireside Session 04: Dive Deep (Not Wide) Into Social Media at Corner Gallery.
6-9pm: Enjoy Art After Dark at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center.
6:30-9pm: Head to Ocean View Arts for Day of the Dead Shrine-Making Workshop.
7-11:30pm: Spend the evening at Charlie’s for the SPEAKEASY V event with poetry and music.
8pm: See Momma’s Boy at the Hampton Coliseum.
7pm: Stick to the roads during the Candlelight Tour – Full moon Tour at the Casemate Museum in Fort Monroe.
7-9pm: Head to the Unitarian Church of Norfolk for an environmental forum featuring on issues facing us in a Trump era with guest speaker Dr. Joe Bouchard.
7-10pm: Make it to the Slover Library for Books & Brew & Vino, Too!
7-10pm: If you haven’t been by 757 Makerspace, take time to visit this awesome place during the Open House.
7-11pm: Get all dressed up for the Brewer’s Ball in Hampton.
8pm: See Flying Lotus 3d at The Norva.
8-9:30pm: Find your laughs at Date Night at the Push Comedy Theater.
8pm-2am: Join the party at Charlie’s to hear Ruckzuck, Katie & The Teardrops, Allthebestkids, and Gools.
10-11:30pm: Enjoy SKETCHMAGEDDON! The Ultimate Sketch Comedy Competition at the Push.
10am-4pm: Take advantage of Free Admission Saturday with the Virginia Beach History Museums.
10am-4pm: Shop York County’s Vintage Marketplace.
10am-4pm: Enjoy the Chesapeake Jubilee Fall Craft Market at Chesapeake City Park.
12-4pm: Attend the Brew Crew Homebrew Off at bearded Bird Brewing.
12-9pm: Celebrate the release of Holiday Helper Red IPA at Smartmouth Beer.
1-5pm: Head to the Waterside District for the Virginia War of the Wings 2017.
4-8pm: Distilleries unite at the Virginia Spirits Soiree in Virginia Beach.
5:30pm: Grab a friend and grab a robe for the Bathrobe Bar Crawl on Granby Street in Norfolk.
7pm: See the Starlets of Dance at the Sandler Center.
7-10pm: Check out the Doppledog bottle release party at Wasserhund Brewing.
8pm: Enjoy the Virginia Symphony’s Reformation Festival at Chrysler Hall.
8pm: Grab your tickets for the Tom Petty Tribute with Damn the Torpedoes at The Norva.
8-9:30pm: Don’t miss Tales from the Campfire: The Improvised Ghost Story at the Push Comedy Theater.
8:30-11pm: ZZ Top will entertain at the Ted.
11am-4pm: Shop the Riverview Village Days Open Air / Farmer’s Market at Lafayette Park.
1-2pm: The perfect show for your kids and your need for laughter. Attend The Pullers Pre-teen 201 Murder mystery Graduation Show at the Push.
3-6pm: Don’t miss the 8th Annual Virginia Roast & Toast at the Hermitage Museum and Gardens.
6-9pm: Check out the VA Fashion Week 10th Anniversary Opening Night at Gallery 21 in Norfolk.
7-9pm: Say goodbye to the weekend in a hilarious way at Good Talk: The Brad McMurran Show at the Push Comedy Theater.
7:30pm: Head to The Norva to see Brett Young.
All Weekend Long
Thursday through Saturday: See Frankenstein presented by Core Theatre at the TCC Roper Performing Arts Center.
Thursday through Sunday, and beyond: You can still see A User’s Guide to Hell, Featuring Bernard Madoff with the Generic Theater at Chrysler Hall.
Thursday through Sunday, and beyond: Head to the Wells Theatre to see The Parchman Hour presented by the Virginia Stage Company.
Friday through Sunday: Check out the NekoCon 20: Catpocalypse at the Hampton Roads Convention Center.
Friday and Saturday: You don’t want to miss the groundbreaking musical that defined a generation: Hair. It is produced by Produced by ODURep and ODU Opera, and is happening at the Goode Theatre.
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